Neuroscience and Psychology

Depression’s “Transcriptional Signatures” Differ in Men vs. Women

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Brain gene expression associated with depression differed markedly between men and women in a study by NIMH-funded researchers.  Such divergent “transcriptional signatures” may signal divergent underlying illness processes that may require sex-specific treatments, they suggest. Experiments in chronically-stressed male and female mice that developed depression-like behaviors largely confirmed the human findings.

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MAGIC MUSHROOMS COULD HELP TREAT DEPRESSION

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A new study has revealed the positive effects of magic mushrooms treating depression. The study goes on to say: “The post-treatment brain changes are different to previously observed acute effects of psilocybin and other ‘psychedelics’ yet were related to clinical outcomes. A ‘reset’ therapeutic mechanism is proposed.”

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Brain inflammation can lead to the increased thinking of suicidality

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Patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) have increased brain levels of a marker of microglial activation, a sign of inflammation, according to a new study. Scientists have found that the increase in the inflammatory marker was present specifically in patients with MDD who were experiencing suicidal thoughts, pinning the role of inflammation to suicidality rather than a diagnosis of MDD itself.

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War and Terrorism

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Terrorism is an act that threatens or carries out violence with the intention to disrupt, kill or coerce against a body or nation in order to impose will. This means that a lot of groups use this method to get what they want. Wars and terrorist activities emotionally hurt individuals. This includes exposure to war and its activities and terrorism acts like bombing, shooting. To avoid this situation one must be in a peaceful location. Terrorism challenges the natural need of human beings to see the world as predictable, orderly, and controllable. This creates longer lasting mental health effects than natural disasters or accidents.

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Love your beauty rest? You can thank these brain cells

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Researchers report the unexpected presence of a type of neuron in the brains of mice that appears to play a central role in promoting sleep by turning ‘off’ wake-promoting neurons. The newly identified brain cells, located in a part of the hypothalamus called the zona incerta, they say, could offer novel drug targets to treat sleep disorders, such as insomnia and narcolepsy, caused by the dysfunction of sleep-regulating neurons.

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Cannot sleep due to stress? Here is the cure

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Everyone empirically knows that stressful events certainly affect sound sleep. Scientists have found that the active component rich in sugarcane and other natural products may ameliorate stress and help having sound sleep.

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Tackling anxiety issues

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According to a recent report art and craft is helping people tackle their mental health issues. A craft group is bringing people together to help tackle their mental health issues.Debbie and Charlie Seldon, from Devon, started the group after Debbie found that craft helped her manage her anxiety.

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